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I’m not GDPR compliant. :(

I’m trying! I’ve been busy with my new job; haven’t had much time with “web stuff” over the last year (beyond ASP.Net / Web.API – but for internal network use). I’ve only just started to look at how GDPR affects me. I have no interest in tracking individuals but I do use plugins, and I […]

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Draft Watermark

Found this with a quick google: … http://webreflection.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/a-simple-css-page-watermark.html

EXAMPLE
    I like GUI stuff - even in Linux!  
    Down with vi! Long live the GUI text-editor!
    For example:  apache2-directory-browsing-on-by-default/
    
The styled inner text isn't responsive ... The whole ensemble isn't exactly accurate and is rather simplistic ... it's just for simple presentation effect

faux terminal and faux gEdit GUI pics

To make otherwise boring <pre> and <code> tags look more interesting, I’m starting to introduce some shortcodes e.g. [crt] and [gedit] to start off with to spice things up a bit.